Current Concepts and Translational Uses of Platelet Rich Plasma Biotechnology

@inproceedings{Andia2015CurrentCA,
  title={Current Concepts and Translational Uses of Platelet Rich Plasma Biotechnology},
  author={Isabel Andia and Eva Rubio-Azpeitia and J. I. Martin and Michele Abate},
  year={2015}
}
A two-decade long research has expedited knowledge about tissue repair mechanisms, and the field of Regenerative Medicine is gaining ground stimulated by novel insights and the development of therapeutic biotechnologies, intending to restore tissue architecture and functionality. Regenerative Medicine technologies concern not only traumatic tissue injuries but also involve the biological manipulation of pathological conditions aiming to drive tissue circumstances to normal, i.e. the recovery of… 

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